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1931-1981 | 1985-1994 | 2000

 

 

1,000 Dinara, 1931

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Front: Maria Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1900-1961), Queen of Yugoslavia 1929-1934

Back: Allegorical women

 

Queen Marie

 

1,000 Dinara, 1935

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Front: Allegorical figures

Back: Allegorical men; bridge

Courtesy moneytreeme

 

10 Dinara, 1968

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50 Dinara, 1968

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500 Dinara, 1970

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Front: Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), Serbian-American inventor and researcher

Back: Numerals of value

 

20 Dinara, 1981

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100 Dinara, 1981

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1,000 Dinara, 1981

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Woman

1931-1981 | 1985-1994 | 2000

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Yugoslavia, located on the east shore of the Adriatic Sea, was composed of six autonomous republics: Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia and Montenegro with two autonomous provinces within Serbia: Kosevo-Metohija and Vojvodina. Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Macedonia declared their respective independence 1991-1992. Yugoslavia was renamed the Federation of Serb and Montenegro in 2003. In May 22, 2006 voters of Montenegro decided to sever the country's union with Serbia.

 

 

 

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